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trans-o-flex with new Managing Director

With effect from 1st April, Max Moser takes over the position of Chairman of the Board of Managing Directors - Oliver Rupps leaves the company at his own request

(PresseBox) (Weinheim, ) With effect from 1st April 2014, Max Moser (56), Head of the Parcel Logistics Austria business area, changes from Österreichische Post AG to the company's subsidiary trans-o-flex in Weinheim where he succeeds Oliver Rupps as Chairman of the Board of Managing Directors. Moser had managed the Parcel Logistics Austria business with its 1,500 employees since 2006 and was able to clearly increase the business area's turnover and result. After the end of a co-operation with a B2B parcel service, Moser, in 2007, started to develop and expand the Parcel Logistics' B2B business and also successfully consolidated the position of market leader in the field of parcels for private clients. During his professional career, Moser, who holds a degree in Business Administration and is a native of Austria, also held various positions with Raiffeisenlandesbank Oberösterreich, the forwarding company Schachinger, RWA Raiffeisen Ware Austria and Oberösterreichische Warenvermittlung, der Verband der Oberösterreichischen Lagerhausgenossenschaften.

"I have known Max Moser for many years and hold him in high regard, both professionally and personally. I am convinced that, with him, we have found the right man at the right time for the challenging task at trans-o-flex", says Peter Umundum, Member of the Board of Österreichische Post AG and responsible for the Parcel & Logistics division. "trans-o-flex operates in a difficult but promising market. I am confident that Max Moser will successfully continue the efficiency increase programmes initiated at trans-o-flex and, on the basis of his broad experience, also give fresh impetus. In this way, trans-o-flex will, also in the future, be the industry's benchmark with respect to quality, flexibility and customer orientation."

Moser's predecessor Oliver Rupps leaves the company at his own request in order to accept a new task. "Oliver Rupps managed to drive the necessary reorganisation processes and to increase the profitability, thus ensuring the strategic further development of the company", emphasises Umundum. "I would like to expressly thank him for his achievements and commitment."

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The success of the Europe-wide operating trans-o-flex Logistic Group is based on three pillars, the services of which can be perfectly combined with each other: 1. trans-o-flex Schnell-Lieferdienst offers a full-coverage network for the efficient and safe transportation of parcels and pallets (combi-freight) all over Germany. This also includes numerous additional services, such as the transportation of hazardous goods without being limited to small quantities. At the same time trans-o-flex, in its capacity as shareholder and partner of the Eurodis network, provides full-coverage combi-freight services in 34 European countries. The company has developed a large number of tailor-made solutions for specific sectors, e.g. for the pharmaceutical and home entertainment / consumer goods industries. 2. With a special network for active temperature control in the temperature ranges of between 2 and 8 °C as well as 15 and 25 °C, trans-o-flex ThermoMed takes over the transportation of temperature-sensitive goods for the pharmaceutical industry. In addition to this, ThermoMed, with its EUROTEMP network, also provides actively temperature-controlled transportation services in 15 countries in Europe. 3. Comprehensive logistic services from storage and picking/packing to value-added services, such as the set-up service for sales displays or electrical appliances, up to customer-specific transport networks are developed and implemented under the umbrella of trans-o-flex Logistik Service. In 2013, annual sales of the Group, which has a workforce of approximately 1,800 employees, amounted to ca. € 505 million. Since June 2008, trans-o-flex has been a 100-% subsidiary of Österreichische Post. For more information, go to